iPhoto has always been the best way to easily import photos from your digital camera, organize them for fast retrieval, and then share them with family and friends. Now you get even more with iPhoto 6.
Learn more about iPhoto.
For a complete list of new features and improvements in iPhoto 6, go to www.apple.com/iphoto, or look in iPhoto Help, available in the Help menu when iPhoto is open.
1. iPhoto print services are available in the U.S., Canada, Japan, and select European countries; Requires Internet access; Fees and terms apply.
2. .Mac account required for iPhoto Photocast publishing.
3. Mac OS X version 10.4.4 required for iPhoto Photocasts.
For optimum performance, update your system software to the latest version of Mac OS X.
To make sure you have the latest version, choose Apple (?) > System Preferences and click Software Update.
Click Update Now to retrieve updates for your system.
After you install an update, it?s a good idea to click Update Now again to make sure you?ve received all the updates that are available.
You must have a connection to the Internet to use Software Update.
For a list of printers and digital cameras that work with iPhoto, see the iPhoto website at www.apple.com/iphoto.
Installing iPhoto 6
Before installing, it is recommended that you make a backup copy of your iPhoto library folder, which is located in your Pictures folder.
If you receive a message that you do not have sufficient privileges to install this software, click the lock icon in the installer and enter an administrator user name and password.
The administrator name is shown in the Users pane of System Preferences.
For more information, see Mac Help, available in the Help menu.
Finding answers and instructions
-Application-specific Help: For detailed instructions on using iPhoto, open the onscreen help (available in the Help menu when iPhoto is open).
-Product Information: For general product information and updates, visit the iPhoto website at www.apple.com/iphoto.